People Living with HIV/AIDS

How We Can Help

We serve people who are recently diagnosed with HIV, have been living with HIV for years, or are long-time survivors. Our comprehensive services are designed to support both your physical and mental health – and meet you where you are in your journey. We also provide assistance with housing, food, and employment, which are crucial to staying healthy. Most services require that you enroll as a client.

Terry Brenneis Hub for Long-Term Survivors
One of the largest communities we serve are people 50 years and older. Many people in this demographic are long-term survivors and have been living with HIV for decades. We take a comprehensive approach to addressing the needs of long-term survivors with a focus on enhancing social support networks. We also oversee a leading research program to understand the unique needs and challenges facing older adults as they age with HIV.

People Living with HIV/AIDS

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, most of our services are designed to serve the needs of people who have tested positive for HIV.

The first step is to meet with an intake specialist. Walk-in appointments are available Tuesday-Thursday, 9:30 am-4:30 pm. Monday and Friday hours are by appointment only. You can make an appointment by calling 212-367-1057 or emailing

Yes, our services have different eligibility requirements. An intake specialist can help you understand requirements for our different services.



Director of Community Health Melvin Bruce, MSW, at or Ph. 212-367-1238.


Denise Parada, senior intake specialist, at